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Entry Level Customer Service – Remote, Toronto, Spade Recruiting

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
ID #1277897876
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Entry Level Customer Service – Remote, Toronto, Spade Recruiting
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Entry level customer service – remote
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Spade is looking for a customer service representative for AIL. This person will drive customer satisfaction by fielding inquiries, addressing pain points and maintaining extensive product knowledge.The ideal candidate has a customer-first mindset and aims to deliver high-quality service in every customer interaction.

Daily activities include Inbound and outbound calling, setting appointments, performing presentations to members of unions that request our benefits, basic computer knowledge, completing the necessary paperwork, quality control, and leadership development.

What we offer
Weekly advances and bonuses ($55K first year average income)
Long-term career progression
Flexible work hours
Remote work from home option
Residual Income
Full health benefits
Hands-on 1-on-1 training
All-expenses-paid yearly office trips to exciting and exotic locations (2016 Puerto Rico, 2017 Cancun, 2018 Disney, 2019 Vegas, 2020 Bar Mar Bahamas)
Full Benefits
Minimum qualifications
Strong communication skills
Time management skills
18+ years of age
Must pass a background check
High school diploma (higher education preferred but not required)
Customer service and/or retail experience preferred but not required
In the interest of community wellness, our company has adjusted our business operations. As such, all interviews will be conducted via Video Conferencing.

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